Sökning: "literary history"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 254 avhandlingar innehållade orden literary history.
Sammanfattning : This dissertation is an analysis of the cultural meeting between the Church and the Crown on the one hand, and the Sami community on the other, in a lappmark in the north of Sweden during the seventeenth century.The authorities viewed and acted towards the Sami from the standpoint of their normative system, incorporating the political/ideological discourse that existed at this time. LÄS MER
2. En omskriven historia : Svensk historisk roman och novell före 1867 : the Swedish historical novel and short story before 1867
Sammanfattning : The historical novel was a new genre in Sweden during the 1820's. It had emerged as a popular literary form in Europe with the writings of Walter Scott, whose Waverley, or t'is sixty years since (1814) is widely regarded as the first historical novel. LÄS MER
3. Det våras för journalisten : Symboler och handlingsmönster för den svenska pressens medarbetare från 1870-tal till 1930-tal
Sammanfattning : Syftet med denna avhandling är att analysera hur den svenska pressens medarbetare representerades i olika medier från 187o-talet till 193o-talet, hur och varför representationerna förändrades, och hur tidningsrnedarbetare förhöll sig till dem. Representationerna av tidningsrnedarbetare i romaner, noveller, film, presshistoriska arbeten, debatter och karikatyrer formade bilden av yrket i offentligheten. LÄS MER
4. Uma história na História : Representacões da autoria feminina na História da Literatura Portuguesa do século XX
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to examine discursive aspects and practices concerning recognition of literature written by women in 20th century Portuguese literary history. It endeavours to reveal and identify organizational elements along with author representations that, in a historical perspective, lead to marginalization of women writers. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This thesis aims to explain how politics in 14th century Scandinavia were structured by a set of rules or norms of conduct – rules which were neither codified nor enforced by any outside agency, yet had a very real impact on the patterns by which political action was conducted. Taking inspiration from historical anthropology, the study sets out to analyze the ways in which political tensions and relationships, primarily within the royal elite, were negotiated in various situations. LÄS MER